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38 Cards in this Set

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Tools and procedures that provide equal access to instruction and assessment for students
Types of accomodations
repeat directions, read aloud
mark answers in book, reference aids, computer
extended time, frequent breaks
study carrel, special lighting, separate room
BIP stands for
Behavior Intervention Plan
Behavior Intervention Plan
Plan to address a problem behavior. It can include positive behavioral interventions, strategies, supports, aids and services
Child with a disability
Defined in of the 13 categories or age 3-9 who has a developmental delay
Child find
Ongoing activities undertaken to locate, identify, and evaluate all children suspected of having disabilities
Courses of study
Course work that leads to a certain type of diploma
CBM stands for...
Curriculum based measurement
Curriculm Based Measurement
Tools for measuring student competency and progress in the basic skills
Developmental deay
Used for ages 3-9. Determined by state and has appropriate diagnostic tests and procedures.
A child with a developmental delay lags in one or more of these areas:
1) physical development
2) Cognitive development
3) Communication development
4) Social or emotional
5) Adaptive development
Disability categories
1) Autism
2) Deaf, Blind
3) Emotional disturbance
4) Hearing Impairment
5) Mental Retardation
6) Multiple disabilities
7) Orthopedic Impairment
8) Other Healthimpairment
9) Specific Learning Disability
10) Speech or language impairment
11) Traumatic brain injury
12) Visual Impairment
13) Developmental Delay
Other health impairments includes...
Asthma, ADD, diabetes, Epliepsy, Heart condition, Lead poisoning, Leukemia, Sickle cell, Anemia
Specific learning disabilities includes...
Brain injury, minimal brain dsyfunction, dyslexia, developmental aphasia
Due Process Complaint
A complaint filed by parent or school that relateds to identification, evlauation, placement, and appropriate education.
-Must be filed within 2 years of the matter
Due Process Hearing
Quasi-legal procedure before an impartial hearing
Early Intervention Services
Services to infants and toddlers under Part C of IDEA that assists in the evaluation and needs of a family
Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE)
Special education and related services provided at public expence and without charge. Must be provided in conformity with an IEP
Functional Behavior Assessment
A problem-solving process to address problem behavior. Relies on techniques and stragies to identify reasons for specific behavior and to select appropriate interventions
Functional Skills
ADLS needed for independent living
General education Curriculum
Body of knowledge and range of skills that all students in the state are expected to master
Interim Alternative Educational Setting (IAES)
Setting other than the student's current placement that helps student receive IEP services
IEP stands for
I - Individualized
E - Education
P - Program
A written statement for each child with a disability. It is developed, reviewed, and revised according to requirements of IDEA
Informed consent ensures that parents
- are fully informed of all proposed activity
- Understand with and agree to activity
- Understand that consent is voluntary
- Understand that revoking consent cannot apply to past
Change in instructing the student in the area of learning difficulty to improve and progress
Least Restrictive Environment
Children are to be educated with children that are not disabled to the extent that is possible
When should children be removed from a regular environment?
Only with the nature or severity of the disability makes it that regular classes cannot be achieved satisfactorily with the use of aids and services
Confidential, voluntary process to resolve disputes without formal due process hearing
May include natural, adoptive, or foster
Pre-Referral Intervention
Interventions delivered in the regular classroom that attempt to improve learning prior to a referral for formal special education evaluation
Prior Written Notice
A written notice for parents by school to:
Determine eligibility
Change IEP
Refuse request to evaluate
Progress monitoring
Scientific method of assessing students academic performance and effectiveness of instruction
Related Services Areas
Supportive services that include:
-transportation-corrective services - speech-language- audiology - interpreting - psychological - physical and occupational - counseling - orientation and mobility - medical